From the Electronic Literature Collection, Volume 3: Poet, artist, and scholar Margaret Rhee is the conceptualist for From the Center, a feminist HIV/AIDS digital storytelling program for incarcerated women in the San Francisco Jail. For the project, she was awarded the UC Berkeley Chancellor's Award for Public Service in 2014. Her other projects include serving as Lead Concept for The Turing Test Tournament, a digital game created for UC Berkeley's reading program. As a poet, Rhee is the author of Yellow (Tinfish Press, 2011) and Radio Hearts, Or How Robots Fall Out of Love (Finishing Line Press, 2015). She has been exploring the ways poetry can be visual and participatory through her installation project, A Feminist History of Kimchi and The Kimchi Poetry Machine. She holds a Ph.D. in ethnic and new media studies from UC Berkeley. Currently, she is a visiting assistant professor in women’s and gender studies at the University of Oregon.